Winston Salem Animal Attic

Attic Animal Pest Winston Salem

We are Winston Salem Animal Attic, a full service wildlife removal company servicing Winston Salem, NC. When you call our wildlife control company, a knowledgeable and friendly member of our team will answer the phone, no matter the time of day. We will let you explain your wildlife concern to us via the phone, possibly asking you clarification questions to better understand the situation. We will send someone out right away if it is an emergency that requires professional help. In non-emergency situations, we will give you an overview of our suggested methods to resolve the issue and then schedule an appointment to do just that. If we feel that you can likely resolve the situation yourself without our physical presence, we will even offer you completely free wildlife control advice without any obligations. Removing animals from the attic is our top specialty. If you notice unusual sounds like scurrying coming from ceiling at night, then you likely have critters living up there, such as raccoons, squirrels, or rats. Thanks to our more than ten years of wildlife control experience, we can quickly identify the problem animal and its entry points and come up with and follow through a plan of action to resolve your issues. We are always committed to excellent customer care, from the time you call us to the resolution of your issue and beyond. Call us now at 336-792-4616 for a solution to your wild animal problem.

About Pest Animal Winston Salem and Our Services:

Humane wildlife trapping and exclusion.

Critter damage repair to your home.

We offer attic cleanup and sanitation services.

We never use poisons! We don't handle insects.

Poison-free Winston Salem rodent control - rats and mice.

Bat control in Winston Salem - removal from attics

Complete removal of squirrels in the attic

Dead animal removal, inside and outside.

Our Service Range

Our Service Range

Kernersville, Clemmons , Lewisville , Walkertown , Rural Hall, Pfafftown, Bethania, Tobaccoville, and many more!

Winston Salem Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month: What to Do with Wild Animal After Capturing It

The urban jungle is a perfect place for wild animals to live after they have been evicted in their natural environment. It provides them an immediate access to food and water sources. However, most homeowners will abhor the idea of sharing their property with these animals. Trapping them seems to be the favorable option. Nonetheless, you need to know what you should do after capturing them on your trap.

Things to Do After Trapping the Wild Animal
After you managed to capture the animal that has been creating havoc in your property, this is not yet the time to celebrate. Understand that you still need to deal with the animal inside the cage trap. So, what are your options? Here are some of them.

You do not have to exterminate all the wild animals that will invade your property. If you will be allowed to release them back to their natural habitat, then that would still be the more desirable solution. Usually, animals such as skunks, squirrels, and raccoons will not visit you in huge numbers. Also, their reproduction capacity is not as amazing as the mice and rats. Therefore, most professionals will be using traps to capture them. The wildlife removal expert will then transport them and release them to a better location. This process is referred to as relocation. If there is a nearby wildlife animal reserve in your community, then this can increase their survival rate.

If releasing them is not an option, you may have to exterminate them. There are different ways to kill them but be sure that you will give them a swift death that will eliminate any unnecessary suffering. For instance, you can shoot them in the head. Use of firearms will be subjected under strict regulations. Be certain to check the local laws that pertains to the use of firearms. You can strike them with a blunt object on the back of their head. You can also take them to the local veterinary’s office and they might agree to conduct lethal injection. Death through asphyxiation with the use of a homemade gas chamber is also considered as a humane method.

Monitoring After the Capture
Once you successfully captured the animal, it is necessary to complete a series of inspections and tests to understand the cause of infestation. It is also an opportunity to determine the access point of the animal. Sealing this entry points will prevent the re-entry of the evicted creature. Remember that these animals will be persistent especially if they have been attracted by food sources. Your role is to continuously monitor your property even after capturing and releasing the animal. This will help you remain alert on the sign of active infestation.

In case you noticed the damages caused by animal infestation on your home, it is time for you to look for the trap that can help you end your problem. Having a comprehensive trapping plan will help you determine what to do with these pesky critters after capturing them.